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Changes in life expectancy and contribution of causes of deaths and age groups in Belgium, 1997-2018

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: Aline Scohy *; Herman Van Oyen *; Françoise Renard * Source: European Journal of Public Health, Volume 30, Issue Supplement_5 (2020) Health Topics:  Life expectancy Espérance de vie Levensverwach ...

Maturation of Esophageal Motility and Esophagogastric Junction in Preterm Infants

studies in 10 preterm infants. The mean gestational age was 30.17 ± 0.94 weeks; the mean postmenstrual age at time point 1 and 4 was 34.42 ± 0.86 and 37.45 ± 1.16 weeks, respectively. Esophageal peristaltic ...

Child buccal telomere length and mitochondrial DNA content as biomolecular markers of ageing in association with air pollution

Esmée; Saenen, Nelly D. Source: Environment International, Volume 147 (2021) Keywords: Ageing air pollution Biological Biomarkers CHILDREN Health Topics:  Gezondheid en milieu Health and environment Santé ...

Diagnosis, prevention and control of urinary tract infections: a survey of routine practices in Belgian nursing homes

Keywords: Aged long-term care prevention and control urinary catheterisation Urinary Tract Infections urine specimen collection Abstract: Background: Urinary tract infections (UTI s) are one of the most ...

Food cost and adherence to guidelines for healthy diets: evidence from Belgium.

age and household education level groups. RESULTS: Processed meat contributed most (9.8%-14.4% dependent on age group) to the daily cost of diets. Soft drinks contributed to the daily cost more while ...

Validity of self-reported mammography uptake in the Belgian health interview survey: selection and reporting bias.

assessed the related selection and reporting biases among women aged 50-69 years in the Belgian Health Interview Survey (BHIS) using reimbursement data for mammography stemming from the Belgian Compulsory ...

Comparing health insurance data and health interview survey data for ascertaining chronic disease prevalence in Belgium.

(BHIS) data for asserting CD s. METHODS: Individual BHIS 2013 data were linked with BCHI data using the unique national register number. The study population included all participants of the BHIS 2013 aged ...

Update of the risk assessment of nickel in food and drinking water

adult age groups, but generally exceeded the TDI in toddlers and in other children, as well as in infants in some surveys. This may raise a health concern in these young age groups. The MOE values for the ...

Urinary sodium and iodine concentrations among Belgian adults: results from the first national Health Examination Survey.

age groups, and regions. The average salt intake among Belgian adults (n = 1120) was 8.3 ± 0.1 g/day using the Tanaka equation and 9.4 ± 0.1 g/day using the INTERSALT equation. For both equations, ...

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